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- Standing on the 63-acre grounds at St. Joseph Center of Arkansas, you feel as if you’re hours away from the city.
- The Law Review of the UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law and the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies will host a symposium on Friday, Sept. 28, to commemorate the 60th anniversary of Cooper v. Aaron.
- During the 2018 NCAA Wrestling Championships in Cleveland, Ohio, this past March, UA Little Rock announced its decision to add Division I Wrestling to their athletic repertoire.
- Charles Dean Hyten was born in Benton on March 14, 1877 to John F. and Hattie E. Brown Hyten.
- Josh Davenport, Co-Founder and CEO of Seal Energy Solutions (SEAL) never imagined his career in general contracting would lead him to help build a company focused on providing energy solutions to clients.
- A group of University of Arkansas at Little Rock employees, students, and alumni who created a space-western storytelling card game – dubbed Galactic Scoundrels – have reached their online fundraising goal to raise enough money to have the game manufactured, breaking their fundraising goal by more than $10,000.
- During Bill Clinton’s address at the 2012 Arkansas Arts Summit held at the Clinton Presidential Library, he explained to the crowd, “If I had not been in a school music program, I would never have been elected president, because it taught me discipline and order.
- UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law Mediation Clinic students observe multiple types of mediation including dependency/neglect, special education, small claims, family, elder guardianship, and civil cases.
If you ask Jon Hatton where he got the idea to create outside-of-the-box speakers – quite literally, speakers housed in suitcases, books and the like – he’ll tell you the idea wasn’t originally his.
- The tiny town of Bauxite in the heart of Saline County is little more today than a stop along Highway 183.